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Contact us Mon-Fri during business hours, and the request will be fulfilled based on current laws regarding access to public records, fees apply according to Town of Orono fee schedule.
Yes, please see Jessica at the Public Safety building. We issue a limited number of permits (costs based on current Fee Schedule) for posted areas in the municipal lot behind the Public Safety Building, and the posted parking spots at the Public Library.
Daily Overnight Parking Ban
The Town of Orono has a winter parking ban each year. Dates of the ban are set each year by Public Works and the Police Department, based on changing seasonal conditions. When the beginning and end dates of the ban are set, they will be communicated to the public across platforms, including at this page.
During the duration of the ban, motor vehicles must be parked in off-street locations between 12AM (midnight) and 8AM.
Winter Storm Response Parking Ban
During a winter weather event and subsequent cleanup, vehicles are required to be parked off-street to allow for snow removal. If owners/users of motor vehicles do not comply, vehicles in violation of the ordinance may be towed. Vehicles may continue to park in designated parking spaces along Mill Street and in Municipal Parking Lots (Pine Street, Bennoch Road, Mill Street, and behind the Public Safety Building on Main Street) until 2AM.